We've now rolled it out to approx 20% of Hubbers. You'll know if your account has been moved if you take a look at a Hub's traffic graph, and the aesthetic treatment is different, like this (you can click to see the full-sized version):
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I haven't been changed over yet, but your pic looks nice.
Weird - I saw it a day or two ago - but now it's gone!
I think that it is good for what you are telling on this forum; however, I don't know where I can check this traffic. Anyone can tell me?
Go to My Account then Click on anyone of your hubs that are already published. Next to your edit button is the stats button. Click on that and then click on Total. You will see your Stats.
I can't believe I'm one of the 20% - Wow!!. I thought I had some problems as the graph was looking diff - until i read this :-)
Ok here goes
1- Mac OS X 10.6.8 Leopard
2- Firefox 3.6.23
3- In the graph legend on the bottom where it says hubpages/com then wavegirl.hubpages.com then there is a 1/2 with a blue arrow on the right and that looks clickable - but its not. If you click nothing happens. I am only seeing this on the latest 2 published hubs.
If you want a snap shot of it let me know. . other than that all looks great.
Yes I noticed the exact same thing on my hub and then the rest nothing. Here's the snapshot of what it looks like
yep thats it... are you seeing these on just recently published hubs?
Thank you for reporting this, wavegirl22, and lobobrandon, for providing a screenshot.
I do see that on your most recent Hub - I will report this to engineering. Thanks again!
I don't know if any one else has this problem or if this problem has been reported. But my newest hub is now 3 days old and it still doesn't have a graph. I thought the first day maybe as no data is collected - no graph. But 3 days on and nothing!!
dont think i got it yet jason taking ages to load if it loads at all.....jimmy
thanks jason took around 3 mins for it to load lol but hopefully the new one will be quicker, take care jason....jimmy
Mine isn't rolled over yet but I'll let you know if I find any bugs when it is.
I like that new graph in the example. Seems to show more detail.
Maybe this is the reason I have had an increase in traffic?
I had a big jump today also.. I'll find out where it came from tomorrow.
Nope, I'm pretty sure this change had nothing to do with any traffic fluctuations, but I'm glad to hear your traffic is up and hope it continues!
This new traffic thingy looks great and easier to read. I love the look and anxiously await mine.
I will report to you if there are any bugs. However I have not seen any crawling through yet.
I just checked my hubs and the new stats graphics look really cool. I have not noticed any bugs, but I will report if I came across any.
Looks fantastic for my hubs so far- very impressive.
I haven't seen a traffic spike myself in the last 24 hours or so.
Only potential 'bug' I have is one graph for a hub where the vertical axis goes up to 80 despite max daily views being 61. Not sure you'd class it as a bug however
I've no idea if I've been moved or not. Those graphs take so long to load, that I rarely manage to see them because most of the time my browser just stops trying after some minutes.
The new traffic graphs look more pretty. I just looked at one of my hubs...
Looks like I'm part of the approx. 20%... So far, no bugs to report. Looks great!
I examined the new graphs on a few of my hubs. I understand they are more accurate and maybe faster loading. But the old graphs used have the color fill entirely under the line to indicate each source (Hubpages, google, yahoo, ask, etc.) and that made the source stand out clearly. The new graph just uses color coding on the line itself, with unrelated fill colors under the lines. That makes the source of the traffic not so obvious as in the old graph.
If the fill color was supposed to represent the source, then this is a bug because they don't match the color code examples at the bottom.
I tested this with Firefox 7.0.1, IE 8, Safari 5.0.1 and Chrome 14.0.835.202. They all look the same. I'm using a PC with Windows XP.
Hmmm...that shouldn't be happening. It should be like the example graph I posted: the lines and the areas beneath them should match in color, and they should match what's in the key below.
Is there a way for you to take a screenshot so I can see what you're seeing? I'll email you now so you have my address.
I'm seeing what Glenn describes I think, but I wouldn't say the colors are totally unrelated. I see an orchid/fuscia-like color under a burgandy line for other, a really pale green under a dark green line, light blue under dark blue line. I see the same thing in your example Jason.
PC, Windows 7, Internet Explorer.
I dont like the look of it. The traffic one under "My Profile" isnt as detailed and the way it shows Hubs being posted is higher then the graph line itself.
Overall it does load much faster. I guess ill just get used to the new look...
All seems to be loading quickly on my pages, takes about 25 seconds max, Looks good at first glance, but need to spend more time examining it to assess it fully
Hi, I can't write in my hub comment box, and my stats don't work either.
I am using Windows Vista pc and just explorer.
Any ideas? thanks!
Just discovered that I can't leave any comments to anybody else either! help!
Try downloading Firefox or Chrome instead and see if this solves the problem Nell. It only takes a minute or two and Firefox works best with HP anyway.
Hi, thanks I will give it a go tomorrow as I am off to bed now, but hopefully the hubstaff will sort it out, but if not I will give it a try, thanks I see I am not the only one still up! ha ha
LOL, this is early for me Nell, it is only 02.25am.
Good Luck for tomorrow
Yes you are right, I may slog it out until 3 am yet, I must be getting soft! lol
I said good luck for tomorrow, but I guess I should have said 'good luck for later today' really. I just live in the wrong hours I guess. Most nights lately I have not been turning in until after 05.00am, but then again, I don't have a day job right now, only my Internet stuff, which isn't enough to survive off on its own right now
It's easier to read the dates, which I like. Very seamless and tidy design. Thumbs up!
I am seeing some bugs with the new graph. When it is about to load the browser tab freezes and the view is stuck in Daily Views. I can't access the monthly, weekly or All time views.
OS: Windows 7 on a PC
Browser: Firefox 7.0.1
Could you share which Hub you were seeing this on? Did the same thing happen when you tried another browser?
Hey Jason...I'm also having problems, as of this morning. I cannot comment on a hub, list it as "funny", ect., or rate it up. the last two actions don't do anything, and any comments just disappear. Also, my stats buttons don't work. I'm on IE 8, Windows XP..thanks!!
wavegirl22 & lobobrandon: Paul Deeds has fixed that traffic graph problem. Let me know if you're still seeing it!
Not working again. I can't post a comment, or use the share button, getting a bit worried about it now.
The new graph looks great. I also had a problem posting replies to comments late last night and earlier today but that seems to have been resolved. Thanks!
var g = new Graph(400,300);
This calls the Graph object constructor function, which creates a new Graph object that you can use to set attributes of your graph before you build it. By calling the constructor function, you've already set two properties. The first argument specifies the width (in pixels) of the graph, and the second specifies the height. The Graph object above has a width of 400 pixels and a height of 300 pixels.
Once the Graph object has been created, you can set the style of the graph (more on that later) and add the data. The data is the actual information you wish to plot. Because of the limitations of HTML, it would be extremely difficult to graph a line graph or a pie chart. Therefore, the Graph Builder library builds only bar graphs. The data that you are entering are y-values in the order they appear in the graph (from left to right). The x-values will be assigned automatically, determined by the order the data is entered and the x-scale definition (see the Using Scales section).
PC, Windows 7, Firefox 7.0.1
Loaded quite quickly - looks great - just like your picture!
Just a small glitch that you may be able to fix, I recently published 2 hubs that I saved unpublished several months ago as I needed to write some related pages also..
The traffic graphs for these hubs start when I first saved them, not when I published them - so they are a bit nonsense to look at - a flat zero for months and then a peak about 2mm wide - not much help as a graph..
This is how its supposed to be. It starts tracking from the time u create the hub and not publish it
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